From now on, when I have a few bad days strung together, I’m just going to refer to it as a personal “correction.
Can’t get this crazy ass idea out of my head of building my own daily planner using Taskpaper flat file storage. I really like the approach of the daily view in the Full Focus Planner https://fullfocusplanner.com Imagining an auto-complete/drag drop interface of existing tasks.
Local John Deere dealer advertising tractors during @chrislhayes blowing all kinds of stereo types
This event popped up in my inbox and I couldn’t be more intrigued. Totally signed up. World IA Day Tampa Bay 2018 http://www.wiadtampa.org
TODO: talk openly, develop openly. We believe we can better improve our open source programs - and our contributions to the open source movement as a whole - by working together.
Likes Firefox DevTools on Twitter.
This morning this tweet, part of a thread, struck a nerve with me
1. The mentality of "I don't want to start writing code until I understand everything" will render you paralyzed always. You will never wrap your head around everything or even part of the code you are working on. Start coding, observe the effects, adjust, repeat.
I am guilty of this often when it comes to writing code. I spend a lot of time thinking through how the functionality will work mixed with research (read: Googling similar functions). To the point I don’t start writing code because I haven’t completely figured it out, rather than write the part that I have, and work from there.
I’ve been slowly working towards a new theme for this site as I move towards my goal of a public profile. Rather than coding out the scaffold and starting to fill in the pieces I know how I want to look and act, I’ve been waiting until I have a clear picture of the finish site.
That’s not practical for my own site, and definitely not practical for client work.
Time to break a bad habit.
I want to get familiar with the WordPress Gutenberg interface/code, but I’m struggling to agree with the basic premise that HTML is “inherently ambiguous” https://wordpress.org/gutenberg/handbook/language/